So think about it this way. If it's a multiple choice section, assume that the answers are evenly divided between the 4 or 5 choices. Pick a 'letter of the day', and stick with it when you really don't know. Let's say there are 12 questions you don't know (it's a rly hard test). Instead of randomly guessing and getting all 12 wrong, you have a better chance of getting some of them right. (If you get lucky)
It's better than nothing ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
If the answers are randomly distributed, this would make no difference though.
If the answers are truly randomly distributed, and across the 12 questions, then you will probably get at least one of them right if you choose the same letter. Idk if this logic is screwed up though
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